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      09-11-2009, 06:18 PM   #1
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I've seen quite a few of you guys order 2010 cars already. So I assume 2010 rates are out? If they are, can someone point me to them or post them here?
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      09-11-2009, 06:31 PM   #2
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To the best of my knowledge..no rates yet. Just flying blind at this point.


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Yup same here. Salesman anticipates it should be 2.9%
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I'm "flying blind" as well.
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PLZZZZ CONFIRM THE 2.9 on 2010's....

where???
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If you go on bmwusa.com and click on financing offers you can see that all the 2010 5 series are at 2.9% including the M5. So lets hope the M3 will fall on that boat as well. Or maybe because this is the last yr of the E60?
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if 2.9 ill over right now 2010....

btw century west said no fin. offers as of right now..
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financing is out, but its normal , they wont offer low finacing till them move the 09's
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I am waiting on a quote on the finance rate on my 2010 m3 that I am supposed to pick up Oct 15th. If the rate is to high I will have to cancel the order and wait. I was hoping the rate would be 2.9, but who knows at this point what it will be. 5.9-7.9? That could cost me an extra $3600-$5500



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I am waiting on a quote on the finance rate on my 2010 m3 that I am supposed to pick up Oct 15th. If the rate is to high I will have to cancel the order and wait. I was hoping the rate would be 2.9, but who knows at this point what it will be. 5.9-7.9? That could cost me an extra $3600-$5500



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Your quote will most likely be the standard rate for this month. Like mentioned, only special is on the leftover 09s.

BUT, BMW typically releases their new rates 1st of each month. So see what happens on October 1st.

Worst case, you can try a credit union which should be around 4.9%
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Your quote will most likely be the standard rate for this month. Like mentioned, only special is on the leftover 09s.

BUT, BMW typically releases their new rates 1st of each month. So see what happens on October 1st.

Worst case, you can try a credit union which should be around 4.9%
Thanks, but from what I understand, BMW Financial is the only way to finance for European delivery. If I wait until the 1st for hopefully a better rate, my travel could possibly double in price.

I have looked around for a '09 with my specs and had no luck. Interesting thing is a lot of dealers don't even have any M3s in stock.

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Your quote will most likely be the standard rate for this month. Like mentioned, only special is on the leftover 09s.

BUT, BMW typically releases their new rates 1st of each month. So see what happens on October 1st.

Worst case, you can try a credit union which should be around 4.9%
that's what I thought
but the 335i's have been confirmed to be at 3.9% for 2010
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Thanks, but from what I understand, BMW Financial is the only way to finance for European delivery. If I wait until the 1st for hopefully a better rate, my travel could possibly double in price.

I have looked around for a '09 with my specs and had no luck. Interesting thing is a lot of dealers don't even have any M3s in stock.

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I did European Delivery as well and had the option of getting financing myself. Talk to the finance guy at the dealer to make sure.

I was just at my dealer and they have an 09 White on black sedan, manual. They only had one though.


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that's what I thought
but the 335i's have been confirmed to be at 3.9% for 2010
Ah good rate!

There could be hope after all...
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Wierd prices for the 2010 X5s dropped...... I'm hoping they drop for you guys wanting to purchase an M3 as well!!
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      09-17-2009, 10:03 AM   #16
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Still no word yet on the rate. I thought the wait for ED was bad...it is gonna be horrible waiting even longer for BMW to have incentives on the 2010.

If it does work out, it looks like I will be the first M3 ED for 2010.

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My car comes in mid/late Nov. I am hoping that BMW starts ramping up their Holiday Sales at that time and I can get 2.9%.
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Rates will be posted in early October for the 2010 model M3. This was the case when I ordered my 2009.
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24 Month Residual 55% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
36 Month Residual 50% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
48 Month Residual 40% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
60 Month Residual 33% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate

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24 Month Residual 56% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
36 Month Residual 52% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
48 Month Residual 39% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
60 Month Residual 33% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate

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24 Month Residual 52% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
36 Month Residual 48% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
48 Month Residual 38% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate
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36 Month – Residual 52% of MSRP – .00255 Base Rate... residual went up?
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36 Month Residual 52% of MSRP .00255 Base Rate... residual went up?
It always goes up at the beginning of the model year. It's down substantially from last year. Residual on an October 2008 lease of a 2009 e90 M3 was 61 percent.
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I can tell you that as of today, the rate will be 5.99% on all 2010 M3's. I was told by BMWNA not to go by the M5 as a reference because they sell about 10 M3's for every M5. (finance not lease)

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